Dates: June 9
The conference about the latest advances in Wi-Fi, switching, SD-WAN, and security to support an edge-to-cloud architecture.
If that’s your area of interest, the next happy news for you: James Cordon will be the featured guest. Hope Matt Damon won’t come...
Dates: June 12-14
Price: $75 - $150
These guys offer to join the apocalypse. Sound great, but we’ve already faced it this year.
What will CircleCityCon 7.0 be like? What will they do? What wonders and amazing features
do they have to release? ....... Not even organizers know. Cool agenda! Worth visiting.
Date: June 22
The World-Wide Developer Conference is a major annual event, which provides us with significant product announcements, appearances by Apple executives and engineers, and early access to new Apple technology.
You can learn more by downloading the Apple Developer app and even take part in the contest called the Swift Student Challenge to fight for an exclusive WWDC20 jacket and pin set. Finally a worthy prize!
Dates: June 22-25
Three days. 100 hours of content.
3 pairs of additional eyes and tons of food near the laptop.
Collision is often described as one of the biggest tech conferences in the world, and many people are dreaming to visit it. Lucky 2020, now we can do it from home.
Just a small part of speakers: Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General at WHO; Parag Agrawal, CTO at Twitter; Arianna Huffington, Founder & CEO at Thrive Global, Miki Toliver King, CMO at The Washington Post and many more.
Dates: July 12-18
The thirty-seventh International Conference on Machine Learning is dedicated to all aspects of the field, such as artificial intelligence, statistics, and data science, as well as important application areas such as machine vision, computational biology, speech recognition, and robotics.